Los Angeles pop songstress Caitlin Eadie has soulful melodies reminiscent of Norah Jones, Aretha Franklin and more modern pop stars like Adele. Eadie blends a variety of musical styles from eras spanning the 50s to the 2000s. She creates a powerful music persona with captivating songwriting, strong vocals and eclectic production value.
Hailing from Northern Florida, Eadie has been fascinated by music since she was a young girl, getting her start at local fairs and festivals around town. After graduating high school, she decided to pursue her love of music in Nashville and quickly enrolled in a Music Business program at Middle Tennessee State University. During this time, she performed at writers rounds and wrote songs solo and with others, all while pursuing her university degree. Thus came her first full-length album in 2013, Between Hi & Goodbye, which led to a publishing deal with LA's Sleeping Giant Music Group.
Eadie decided to put her degree on hold and move to Los Angeles and has been performing at renowned venues like Hotel Cafe and the Mint. She has shared the stage with Colbie Callait and Marc Broussard and completed two successful European tours in 2015. Her new and second album, Balancing Act, is a reflection of all that she has gained from her current life experiences. In an exclusive album stream with AXS, she tells us that Balancing Act "is a look inside the personal journey and evolution I’ve been on the last few years. Between uprooting my life, falling in and out of love and balancing my earliest influences with all the experimental ideas and sounds flooding my head. For me, making this record has been about being honest when it’s felt uncomfortable, sharing my eccentricities with the world, and embracing the good, the bad, the ugly and all the in-between life has to offer.”
Balancing Act is out this Friday, July 14. To celebrate her album's release, Eadie will be performing at the Dresden in Los Angeles on July 17. Pre-order the album here.